OpenVPN on port 80 and maybe a domain name ?
I have Ubuntu 14 droplet which basically have Apache and Wordrpess and a couple of Node.js apps
I need to have my own VPN server to use at work because almost any port other than 80 and 443 is blocked
So I followed your tutorial and installed OpenVPN server on port 1194 so of course this is blocked at work
So as I did with my Node.js apps I opened my sites-available file in /etc/apache2 and added a virtual host which redirect to the droplet IP and port
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName vpn.xxx.xx ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyPass / http://220.127.116.11:1194/ </VirtualHost>
And changed the .ovpn file with the new domain name and port:
remote vpn.xxx.xx 80
But this didn’t work… (maybe it’s not http at all ?)
So I was hoping if you can help
Sorry I’m not expert on this, but I really did search a lot but couldn’t find a case similar to mine
Thanks a lot for your support.
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